These paintings are exhibit works. Some have been hung previously in art shows or galleries. Others have emerged from Theo’s brush during the covid pandemic.


FEATURE: NO ANIMALS WERE HARMED IN ANY OF THE FOLLOWING ARTISTIC EXPERIMENTS

This first cluster of paintings puts the focus on animals — from beetles and birds to sea jellies and sea lions, from frogs to penguins (and, of course, those intrusive monkeys!). Most have been recently done and just added. Other recent ones can be seen on the page Gallery of Sold Paintings.


Ostriches. oil on canvas. 24×30 inches. $400

Steller’s Jays. oil on canvas. 16×20 inches. $300

Sea jellies. oil on canvas, professionally framed. 24×36 inches. $600

Bob the Beetle. oil on canvas. 11×14 inches. $250

OH NO! How did these monkeys get in here — again? They’re not for sale. They’ve become part of our family. But they keep popping up in any display!

Romanian Village. oil on canvas. 16×20 inches. $500.

Mosaic. 11×16 inches. oil on canvasboard. $500

Autumn prisms. 15×18 inches. oil on canvas, professionally framed. $800

Wildfire. 24×30 inches. acrylic and oil on canvas, professionally framed. $750

Northwest Wind. oil on canvas, professionally framed. $700

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Canyon. 32×48 inches, large. oil on canvas. $950


The Wooded Hollow. 23×29 inches. oil on canvas. professionally framed. $900


Meadowscape with vibrant sky.
watercolour, professionally framed. $700


Island Sunrise. 24×36 inches. oil on canvas. professionally framed. $800.


oil. 24×34. $450

BELOW: for interest, not for sale

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Marie. 30×33 inches. oil on canvas. not for sale.

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The Island. 23×30 inches. oil on canvas. not for sale.

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Meadow. 35×42 inches. oil on canvas. not for sale.

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